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Where ppl go after they visit your site?

Discussion in 'Programming' started by Haki88, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. #1
    how to see where visitors go after they left your site? is there some php script or something?
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    Haki88, Apr 25, 2012 IP
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  2. ankit_frenz

    ankit_frenz Active Member

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    There is no legitimate way of doing this! But you can always assume they closed their system and went to have a drink? :)
     
    ankit_frenz, Apr 25, 2012 IP
  3. Haki88

    Haki88 Member

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    lol on every cpanel there is thing where you can see from where they go but there must be something similar to see where they go after :p
     
    Haki88, Apr 25, 2012 IP
  4. Rainulf

    Rainulf Active Member

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    #4
    There's no way to find out where they go after they left your site with a PHP script.

    However, you can add some sort of trojan/spyware on your site so that every time a user downloads and run it, you'll be able to spy them. ;)
     
    Rainulf, Apr 26, 2012 IP
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    javamazon Active Member

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    #5
    try out few activity monitor plugins by wordpress
     
    javamazon, Apr 26, 2012 IP
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    OSSEO Active Member

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    Its very easy to track visitors. like cpanel and some third party script as well.
     
    OSSEO, Apr 27, 2012 IP
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    grapgat Peon

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    #7
    Doesn't that just track activity on your site?
     
    grapgat, May 2, 2012 IP
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    Haki88 Member

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    yes and only that.... there must be something to track ppl where they go after they visit your site
     
    Haki88, May 2, 2012 IP
  9. HowDoYou

    HowDoYou Well-Known Member

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    #9
    research cookies.
     
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    Since browser don't tell where they are going like they tell you where they are coming(referer), there isn't much you can do, but you could make all your links to point to out.php?url=[URL HERE] and then log them.
     
    Arttu, May 3, 2012 IP
  11. lamino

    lamino Peon

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    #11
    That's impossible. When they leave your Web site the connection to your server is cut, so no way to know what they're doing after.
     
    lamino, Jun 28, 2012 IP
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    NetStar Notable Member

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    #12
    You CAN'T track the visitor on a website you have no authority on.

    If a visitor leaves your site to go to another site you will have NO WAY of knowing what web site that visitor left to.

    Cpanel does NOT have such a feature. They have stats tracking where the visitor came from to YOUR site. But not to where they left to.

    This is common sense.
     
    NetStar, Jun 28, 2012 IP
  13. xrvel

    xrvel Well-Known Member

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    #13
    On alexa's siteinfo page, there is a page to display that. However i am not sure if it is even 80% accurate or not. But i think it is a good idea to take a look on it.
    
    http://alexa.com/siteinfo/digitalpoint.com
    
    Code (markup):
    Check the "Clickstream" tab.
     
    xrvel, Jul 2, 2012 IP
  14. Alien44

    Alien44 Member

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    I would assume (yea - I know) that visitors would go to a site that you have a link to.
     
    Alien44, Jul 2, 2012 IP
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    Hostwinds_Dan Peon

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    #15
    That's only tracking visitors; they are trying to track where visitors go after they leave their site (which is impossible)
     
    Hostwinds_Dan, Jul 3, 2012 IP
  16. KristianI

    KristianI Greenhorn

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    #16
    There is no way to find that out, unless you are google. They know where your visitors are going...
     
    KristianI, Jul 6, 2012 IP
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    SEO Magician Greenhorn

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    There's no way using current technology to determine where your visitors went once they left your website. There are metrics out there that show a sort of "heatscan" of where your visitor's eyes are likely to go as they read their page. Most importantly -- did you get their email address while they were on your page?

    Jon
     
    SEO Magician, Jul 6, 2012 IP
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    I think you can do that with a browser extension but do you really need it :)
     
    extraspecial, Jul 9, 2012 IP
  19. KristianI

    KristianI Greenhorn

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    Yes, maybe with some extension, but then you have to deal with privacy issues.
     
    KristianI, Jul 9, 2012 IP
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    Rukbat Well-Known Member

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    #20
    In case anyone is still contemplating doing this, it's a great way to get your site shut down. Most hosting companies will shut you down after only a few complaints about this kind of thing.
     
    Rukbat, Jul 13, 2012 IP